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Pam Cannon

Summer of the Swans:How to Use a Novel as a Project - 16 views

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    This beautiful novel opens the door to discussions about mental health, family dynamics and so much more.
Pam Cannon

Simple Machines - 2 views

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    Students discover how their favorite story book characters use simple machines.
dean groom

Tikatok - Imagine a Story. Create a Book. - 0 views

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    Tikatok™ is where kids channel their imagination into stories - and publish those stories into books for you to share and treasure with friends and family.
dean groom

Curriculum Leadership Journal | ergo: an online framework for critical literacy in seco... - 0 views

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    School students are one of the groups served by the Library. Today's young people are exposed to more information than any previous generation. The sheer quantity of information students are now expected to process and manipulate makes critical thinking and information literacy skills more important than ever. To this end the Library has recently developed the ergo website, a learning and teaching tool for secondary teachers and students that supports the instruction of information literacy and critical thinking skills in the classroom. ergo provides not only online resources but also a conceptual framework for the development of the skills students need to evaluate information.
Karyn West

BBC - Skillswise - Words - Grammar - 0 views

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    BBC Skillswise enables adults to improve reading, writing and number skills. Level one literacy and numeracy resources - worksheets, quizzes, games and a community messageboard.
dean groom

Write a book in a day! - Heyjude's posterous - 0 views

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    amazing!
Jan Smith

Big6 - 0 views

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    Information & Technology Skills for Student Achievement via Alan November BLC08 pre con: Add the 7th : Publish and get feedback
dean groom

Save The Pacific Northwest Tree Octopus - 0 views

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    How was this text contructed? What are its underlying values? What are the conventions it uses? Who is the intended audience? Who owns and who benefits from this? Try it with 7th graders - check their critical literacy
Robert Caro

-- Blogmeister - 0 views

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    discussed during Classroom 2.0 Live Meetup on April 30, 2008
Clay Burell

Digital Project-Based Learning to Motivate Student Writing and Speaking | Beyond School - 0 views

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    A podcast with two students driving a "Basketball Without Borders" blog and podcast with college and pro basketball stars.
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    This is my own digital, real-world project-based learning elective class. These students gave a golden interview!
dean groom

Pop Cosmopolitanism » Introducing the After School MMO Group - 0 views

  • This bridge, we believe, will enhance their success in life and academics, as these literacies are essential components found in the 21st Century Learning Skills (see Partnership for 21st Century Learning Skills for more information), which many schools are still trying to conceptualize, let alone implement. Although we are very early in the pilot program, our first goal has been to develop the MMO group into a “third place” for these boys to hang out and play together. As the group has begun developing cohesion, and the boys are becoming better oriented with the game, we’ve begun integrating content into our sessions that are not only valued “gamer” practices, but promote literacy practices as well (such as writing forum posts, for example).
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